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  Club Thumpin Drums [ZIP DISK]
Club Thumpin Drums [ZIP DISK] Sample Library
$19.95
CATEGORY: Dance, Club, Drums, Bass, Chords/Pads, Stabs
DESCRIPTION: Here by popular demand, Platinum Audiolab presents our select Club, Dance, Trance and Hip Hop sounds on Zip Disk exclusively for Akai MPC2000/XL/MPC3000/MPC4000 Samplers. Right out of the box you have perfectly rounded, pumping kicks, pristine hats and percussion, snappy snares and a ...

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